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Willis intimidates convincingly, but he and Smith don't have much chemistry, and Alburger serves up a particularly synthetic portrayal of a Hollywood producer.
He argues convincingly that the disappearance of Milton's name from the order Books of the Council of State is the result of bureaucratic reorganization rather than Milton's lack of activity.
3, antique baby shoes hang above an open 17th-century book featuring an illustration of a nude girl, which is itself flanked on either side by a delicate crystal penis here an erotic childhood reverie is poignantly and convincingly equated with religious devotion.
EPS) today announced that a recent survey of energy and facility managers at industrial firms across North America, conducted on its behalf, convincingly demonstrates significant awareness of the availability of utility rebate and incentives for capital projects.
Director Barbara Willis Sweete probably should have asked Alagna to shave his beard, the better to convincingly portray the youthful Romeo in this production, sung in French with English subtitles.
It convincingly shows that [an upright stance] did not evolve only in hominids.
Steven Orso's meticulously researched and convincingly argued study advances a new and intriguing interpretation of the painting, and proposes a correspondingly new title: "Bacchus in Iberia.
Previously published animal studies have convincingly demonstrated oleoyl estrone's safety and efficacy for suppressing appetite, resulting in significant reduction of body fat and weight reduction in animals.
McKibben presents the problems convincingly in an easygoing pictorial style.
While we believe that in limited instances secession could be justified, in the cases at hand, proponents have not argued convincingly that the cure would be dramatically better than the current situation,'' the group wrote.
The new work shows convincingly that, in addition to leptin's indirect actions via the brain, the hormone has "direct effects, particularly on pancreatic islets, which is something that really hadn't been suspected," says Simeon I.
So, for example, in chapter eight, Richardson convincingly demonstrates that Parisinus lat.